Hungarian leader forming new alliances with Baltic States to protect Christian values against mass Muslim migration

Globalists have claimed that “Muslims will be instrumental in saving the continent’s aging population.” The problem of low birth rates combined with an aging population in Europe is undoubtedly a dilemma, one that divides Western “populists” from “globalists” in finding solutions. Hungary’s Viktor Orbán has long rejected the Islamization of his country, and has supported efforts to resist Muslim migration and EU quotas among fellow members of the Visegrad group (Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary). Orbán has remained steadfast in protecting the Christian heritage of Hungary and has made no apologies for it. Despite being called “racist,” the country has also donated millions to help foreign persecuted Christians and victims of Jihad, while populist governments have ignored persecuted Christians. An Iranian Christian actress facing deportation from Sweden to Iran was also offered asylum by Hungary. Orbán has stated that most Muslim refugees who come to Europe are economic migrants, and “they shouldn’t be considered refugees so much as ‘Muslim invaders.‘”

Now Viktor Orbán is on a new venture to protect the Christian heritage of Hungary, and more broadly, the EU.  He has met with “Estonian interior minister Mart Helme….to forge new alliances between Hungary and the Baltic states on migration and conservative policies. The talks occurred in Budapest and saw the Hungarian leader and Mr Helme….agree that protecting Christian culture and supporting effective control of the European Union external borders were priorities.”

The new alliances provide a hope of a EU of rescue from Islamization. Also discussed was support for families to address the problem of low birth rates. “Hungary released its ‘Budget of Families’ last month that will see large increases in spending for the Family Protection Action Plan” — an initiative that would extend loan programs to help families with at least two children to buy homes, and families with over four children will pay no income tax for life.

Despite the woeful failure of mass Muslim migration that has brought havoc to the EU — from mass rapes and barbaric cultural practices to jihad attacks and no-go zones — globalists continue on their campaign to bring in even more Muslim migrants from the Middle East and Africa.

“Orbán Looks to Alliance on Migration, Christian Values with Baltic States,” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, June 10, 2019:

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán met with Estonian interior minister Mart Helme this week to forge new alliances between Hungary and the Baltic states on migration and conservative policies.

The talks occurred in Budapest and saw the Hungarian leader and Mr Helme, who also serves as deputy prime minister in Estonia, agree that protecting Christian culture and supporting effective control of the European Union external borders were priorities, Hungarian broadcaster MTVA reports.

Bertalan Havasi, press chief for Prime Minister Orbán, said that Helme, a member of Estonia’s Conservative People’s Party, had praised the cooperation of the Visegrad Group (V4), a bloc which includes Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, stating that the V4 was an example of promoting important European values.

Havasi also said that Helme agreed with Orbán that migration should not be the answer to demographic challenges, stating that European families should receive more support in order to combat the trend of declining birthrates.

Hungary released its “Budget of Families” last month that will see large increases in spending for the Family Protection Action Plan.

A spokesman from the Hungarian government told Breitbart London in June: “What we need is not numbers, but Hungarian children: we’re not seeking to sustain an economic system, but Hungary, the Hungarian nation and Hungarian history; we want to encourage the continuation of our families for several generations.”

Deputy Prime Minister Helme also said that another goal of his trip was to forge new alliances and better cooperation, not only between Estonia and Hungary but between the Visegrad states and the Baltic states as well…..

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